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How To Avoid "Picture Framing"

Colour, texture or gloss variations between brushed and rolled areas is a paint application defect known as "Picture Framing".

Colour, texture or gloss variations between brushed and rolled areas is a paint application defect known as "Picture Framing". When rolling up to the cutting in at a cornice, turn the roller frame and run it parallel to the cornice with the open end closest to the ceiling, rolling as closely as practicable to the cornice. This will eliminate the texture difference between the brushed and rolled area which can appear as a colour or gloss difference.

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